normal_post - Charter Change Proposed in 2006 - Philippine Archive Author Topic: Charter Change Proposed in 2006  (Read 121 times)

MIKELIGALIG.com

  • FOUNDER
  • Webmaster
  • *****
  • avatar_1382_1499847132 - Charter Change Proposed in 2006 - Philippine Archive
  • Posts: 24192
  • medal1 - Charter Change Proposed in 2006 - Philippine Archivemedal2 - Charter Change Proposed in 2006 - Philippine Archivemedal3 - Charter Change Proposed in 2006 - Philippine Archive
  • NEED A WEBSITE? email me: info@mikeligalig.com
    • Share Post
clip - Charter Change Proposed in 2006 - Philippine Archive
Charter Change Proposed in 2006
« on: October 18, 2019, 04:32:01 PM »
Constituent assembly pushed in House
Quezon City (2006 30 October) -- TIME MAY be slipping away but there is no turning back from Charter change for the House majority bloc.

Administration lawmakers made that clear Sunday as they dismissed calls for the House of Representatives to abandon its plan to push through with a constituent assembly and amend the Constitution.

Deputy Speaker Gerry Salapuddin and Representative Mauricio Domogan (Lakas, Baguio City), vice chair of the House committee on constitutional amendments, said the House would not be swayed by critics’ claims that Charter change was dead.

Salapuddin said a caucus called by Speaker Jose de Venecia for next week would be crucial for House members in planning their strategy on convening a constituent assembly and proposing Charter amendments even without the Senate's participation.

“We may call the double loss in the (Commission on Elections) and (Supreme Court) a temporary setback, but certainly nobody loves a loser,” he said.

Salapuddin said the Charter change proponents wanted to “fast-track the process because we believe that time is not on our side.”

He added: “To say that we should scrap con-ass (constituent assembly) now is to turn our backs on our constituents who want Cha-cha (Charter change) for the betterment of our country.”

Domogan said opposition calls for the House to give up the idea of a constituent assembly “is always their song.”

“This is a crucial moment for Cha-cha and we, in the House, will show solidarity in pushing con-ass to dispel the ne

Book online travel tickets in Asia, Australia and New Zealand at:
https://12go.asia/?z=3467325



Linkback: https://tubagbohol.mikeligalig.com/index.php?topic=90944.0
Romans 10:9-10
"If you declare with your mouth, Jesus is Lord, and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved. For it is with your heart that you believe and are justified, and it is with your mouth that you profess your faith and are saved."

Get FREE 500GB cloud storage:
https://www.pcloud.com/welcome-to-pcloud/?discountcode=fDiE7jtC01VPbCIygaM67jZV



Share via facebook Share via linkedin Share via pinterest Share via reddit Share via twitter
 

Latest Topics

Bohol governor awaits suspension order by mikeortegaligalig
[Today at 03:55:46 PM]


TUPAD Beneficiaries Orientation by mikeortegaligalig
[Today at 09:05:50 AM]


Weird hairstyles... by hubag bohol
[Today at 08:54:04 AM]


How to put out a fire by hubag bohol
[Today at 08:52:36 AM]


Overloading in public cars by hubag bohol
[Today at 08:43:22 AM]


Dementia as brain disease by hubag bohol
[Yesterday at 09:51:05 PM]


Why dress well by hubag bohol
[Yesterday at 09:42:24 PM]


The Rock Art by hubag bohol
[Yesterday at 03:50:58 PM]


Just Keep on Walking, Cat by hubag bohol
[Yesterday at 03:46:44 PM]


Pauraray by hubag bohol
[Yesterday at 03:28:49 PM]

SMF spam blocked by CleanTalk
Powered by SMFPacks SEO Pro Mod | Sitemap
Mobile View
SimplePortal 2.3.7 © 2008-2019, SimplePortal